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How do i add more than 2 columns ?

Thread began 2/03/2010 3:41 am by wayneburkart400086 | Last modified 5/03/2013 1:15 pm by wayneburkart400086 | 1200 views | 5 replies

Lone Wolf...Howling at the Moon

Form builder on steriods

I am working with form builder and wish this form allowed for up to four columns. I am working on a sixteen page, multi-column form for farm and ranch. With two columns the page would have to be enormously long and large.

I am searching for a way to have a "continue" button on a form so that they can visually "click" to continue on in the form. Is there a way to have a wrapper form and multiple forms.. so that the user can go back and view there information input prior to submission?

Also, I tried saving a preset and it converted it back to the pre-made template. I seem to be wasting an enormous amount on time on this. I hope it is not in vain.

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